Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 25th Mar 2013 21:24 UTC
Mac OS X Via Ars Technica: "After almost 10 years of testing, Quicksilver lays the beta tag to rest (if the lack of an eszett brings a tear to your eye, you can always reminisce by hitting option+S on your keyboard). What does this release mean? It means more than just a change in the version numbering system - it signifies a maturity of Quicksilver and a sign of what's to come." Quicksilver is fantastic for those of us for whom command+space and the dock combined is not enough. While I personally don't use Quicksilver (I use Spotlight through command+space to launch applications), I know of quite a few Mac users who swear by it.
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by bowkota on Mon 25th Mar 2013 22:24 UTC
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Alfred is actually a much better app, particularly the workflows in the new version.
It's also better maintained; updated more frequently

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RE: Alfred
by LoveQuicksilver on Wed 27th Mar 2013 20:53 in reply to "Alfred"
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14 updates in 2 years for Quicksilver. I wouldn't call that slacking off. ;)

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